A Message from Dr. Walsh & Dr. McCarthy

Dr. Thomas Walsh, Dr. Matthew McCarthy, and their staffs at Weill Cornell Medicine/NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital are concentrating intense efforts in caring for critically ill COVID-19 patients and focusing their research efforts on finding successful,...

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We’re Joining the Battle Against COVID-19

Dr. Thomas Walsh, the Henry Schueler 41 & 9 Scholar on Mucormycosis, and one of the world’s leading experts in infectious diseases, and his colleagues, including Dr. Matthew McCarthy from Weill Cornell Medical Center, are at the epicenter of this pandemic in New...

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Making an Educational Impact in Hank’s Name

As many of you know, Hank was a freshman at Saint Patrick High School in Chicago, IL when he passed away in late 2007. What you may not know, is that along with supporting cutting-edge high risk leukemia and fungal infection research, the Henry Schueler 41 & 9...

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$20,000+ Raised for Leukemia & Mucormycosis Research

Joy District. Chicago, IL. Saturday the Nineteenth of January Twenty-Nineteen. It was a beautiful scene. 230 smiling souls all dressed up, rolling some dice, playing some cards & most importantly, showing up to support Hank's mission. We heard a message from Dr....

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Happy Thanksgiving

A Thanksgiving message from Matt Schueler and his family: I have written frequently about Thanksgiving and it’s prominence in my memories of our last Thanksgivings with Henry. No need to again recall the sad moments other than to note that even in those difficult...

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Our FIRST Golf Outing was a HUGE SUCCESS

With 98 golfers and 6 volunteers, our Inaugural Henry Schueler 41 & 9 Golf Outing was a fantastic event for our Foundation! A very special thank you to Hank's buddies, Jack Lynch & Chris Zaccagnini, for co-chairing the tournament. Here are some highlights from...

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Eagle Scout Project Beautifies Henry Schueler Field

When thinking about what to choose for his Eagle Scout project, candidate Aaron Williams had much to consider. He knew he somehow wanted to give back to the Wildwood Community in which he lives, but wasn’t sure how. He finally decided on the Henry Schueler project...

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